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 Posted by ESPN Staff
May 4, 2011

Roma pair handed bans

Roma's bid to finish in the top four in Serie A has suffered a double setback with midfield pair Simone Perrotta and Daniele de Rossi both handed three-match bans.

The suspensions - which the Eternal City club will appeal - would rule the duo out for the remainder of the league season, including Saturday's match against leaders AC Milan at the Stadio Olimpico.

Both players were sent off during Sunday's 3-2 triumph at Bari. De Rossi was punished for intentionally elbowing Simone Bentivoglio in the head while Perrotta punched Andrea Massiello in the back.

The Giallorossi go into this weekend's match against Milan trailing fourth-placed Lazio - who hold the final Champions League qualifying spot - by one point.

Meanwhile, Italy legend Roberto Baggio has paid a glowing tribute to Roma captain Francesco Totti after his two goals at Bari on Sunday left him fifth in the all-time Serie A scoring charts.

Totti, 34, now has 206 goals, which is one more than Baggio managed during his playing career from 1986 to 2004.

"I compliment Totti because many can score 100 goals but to pass the 200 mark, few achieve that,'' said Baggio. "Totti has fought so much and has won each challenge. He has given everything, putting in love on and off the pitch. For all that he has achieved, he deserves all this satisfaction. He merits all the applause.''

Totti made his Serie A debut in 1993 at the age of 16 and has spent his entire career with Roma, his hometown club.

There was speculation that Totti could retire earlier this season after a poor start to the campaign.

However, the former Italy international has recovered his form under coach Vincenzo Montella to lead the Giallorossi in the race for a top-four finish.

"He, like others that suffer setbacks, has been doubted, but through courage and pride, he has emerged,'' said Baggio.

"I tell Totti not to give up, to continue and to focus on the next record because he has the strength and the condition to score many more goals.''

Silvio Piola, who won the World Cup with Italy in 1938, tops the all-time Serie A scoring list with 274 goals, followed by Gunnar Nordahl (225), Giuseppe Meazza (216), Jose Altafini (216) and Totti.

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